This podcast is about Intensive care pharmacology and physiology. This is created to prepare intensive care trainees for their primary CICM exams. However, it will be of benefit to anyone who works in intensive care and keen to acquire new knowledge or want to refresh their memory.
In this episode, we discuss the modified Pomodoro technique for bedside Primary exam preparation. We examine the neurointensive care patient to discuss the anatomy of CSF production, Cerebral blood flow regulation and physics of ICP monitoring.
In this episode, we discuss the modified Pomodoro technique to help Primary candidates prepare for their exams during daily bedside ward rounds. 3 questions were discussed in this episode - Pulse oximeter, Comparison between Noradrenaline and vasopressin, and physiological effects of hypoxia.
Join us in the latest episode of ICU Primary Prepcast, where Dr Mike Clifford and I discuss how every ICU trainee can prepare for their primary exams on their day to day ward rounds. We suggest using the modified Pomodoro technique i.e - 3 questions at one-bed space per day (25 min total) - One question about the pharmacology of one of the drugs th…
In this episode, Mike Clifford and I discuss how to answer some of the probing vivas.
In this episode, we explore how the college examiner designs the viva and explores the knowledge on cerebral blood flow and NMDA receptors.
In this episode, college examiner Dr Mike Clifford walks us through the metathinking of constructing vivas and the examiner's expectations with the real-time demonstration.
In this episode, Primary examiner Mike Clifford from Victoria talks about the common pitfalls in the ICU Primary exam and shares his top tips for exam preparation.
In this episode, we discuss some of the important concepts of Respiratory physiology like FRC, closing capacity and mixed venous oxygen content.
In this episode, we discuss the anatomy and basic mechanics of the respiratory system.
In this episode, we discuss the physics of invasive and noninvasive Bp monitoring along with the principles of cardiac output monitoring.
In this podcast, we discuss the physics of ultrasound and Doppler along with the principles used in pulse oximetry and EtCO2 measurements.
In this episode, we discuss the physiology of the central nervous system in depth.
In this podcast, Maddi and I discuss various frequently asked questions on GI Physiology.
Haematology physiology is commonly asked in ICU primary exams. Join us in this podcast where we discuss haematology physiology in depth.
In-depth understanding of Immune system for intensive care trainee is essential. In this podcast, Maddi & I talk about innate immunity, MHC proteins, the role of T & B lymphocytes along with hypersensitivity reactions.
In this podcast, Maddi & I discuss hepatic physiology in depth.
In this podcast, we discuss what is GFR, how kidneys handle water homeostasis and bicarbonate regulation in detail.
In this podcast, Maddi & I discuss the obstetric physiology relevant to intensive care training.
In this podcast, Maddi and I discuss some of the applied aspects of CVS physiology.
In this podcast, Maddi and I discuss the basics of cardiovascular physiology and peripheral circulation.
In this podcast, Maddi & I discuss cardiac output and its determinants along with relevant applied physiology to intensive care.
In this podcast, Maddi & I discuss the coronary circulation and the electrical conduction system of the heart.
In this episode, Maddi and I discuss the physiology of hypothalamus, pituitary and Adrenal glands.
In this podcast, Maddi & I discuss thyroid and parathyroid physiology.
In this podcast, Maddi & I discuss the physiology of pancreas along with basic of endocrine system. To access show notes, please visit www.critcareedu.com.au or click here.